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Jane Colwell - Freelance Grant Writing & Proposal Writing
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Jane Colwell, PhD. 98 Hearn Avenue, Guelph, Ontario, N1H 5Y5 A professional with demonstrated excellence as a Senior Research Administrator, Grants Facilitator, Special Project Manager and Researcher. Proactive and adaptive to meet the needs of all stakeholders. Experience in the academic, cultural and international sectors. Experience 2008 - 2012 Manager Strategic Programs & Infrastructure Grants, University of Guelph • Responsible for institutional submissions to Canada Foundation for Innovation and for MRI/MEDI / Ministry of Economic Development and Innovation/ Ministry of Research and Innovation • Institutional reporting to funding bodies • Coordination and crafting of submissions to Research Excellence, Early Researcher and Infrastructure programs at MRI (now MEDI) • Coordination and crafting of submissions to the Leader’s Opportunity Fund, Leading Edge and New Initiatives Funds from CFI • Preparation of CFI Outcome Measurement Report for University of Guelph • Other responsibilities as assigned by VP Research and Associate VP Research 2007 - 2008 Managing Director Cultural Support Services Independent Grants Facilitation, University of Waterloo • Worked with faculty members at the University of Waterloo on their submissions to SSHRC, including standard research grants, various strategic grants and coordination of research team submissions • Consultant to individuals and organizations in public and private sector • Collaborated with Centre for Business, Entrepreneurship and Technology (CBET) Chair on successful submission to SSHRC Knowledge Cluster program, and American Linkages Grant for “Knowledge Into Opportunities” International Roundtable 2006-2007 (1 year maternity leave contract) Grants Coordinator Social Sciences, Humanities, Arts and Culture Research Office, University of Waterloo Responsible for administration of pre and post award research grants from SSHRC (Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council), Canada Council, federal and provincial government programs, and internal granting programs in the arts, social sciences and humanities • Facilitation of grant applications and development of funding strategies • Liaison with Federal and Provincial government agencies and private foundations • Coordination of UW/SSHRC Grants Committee and policy implementation • UW/SSHRC Seed and Travel Grant Administration • Interaction with Deans and Associate Deans Research on policies and procedures 1986 – 2006 Director - Colwell Arts Management Founder and chief administrator of artists management firm specializing in classical vocal and instrumental soloists. • Contract administration with venues, presenters and sponsors. • Project planning and budgeting, individual career development strategies, marketing materials development and contract negotiation. • Grant administration, monitoring of deliverables, eligibility and reporting • Successful public and private fundraising activities for tours, management initiatives, recordings, and individual career development activities. • Evaluation and Modification to internal programs and funding strategies 1993 – 2003 National Coordinator – Piano Six Design and implementation of special project touring classical pianists and instrumental soloists to small towns throughout Canada. Coordination of over 200 concerts, master classes and educational performances annually. • Liaison with government agencies, the public, performing artists, and community presenters. • Fundraising with national and provincial government departments, private foundations (Outreach Grant and startup funds Ontario Arts Council, Outreach Grants. Recording Grants and Canada Council. • Evaluation and Modification of touring objectives and post-tour evaluation • Financial planning, fundraising and reporting 1986 - 1991 Wilfrid Laurier University Executive Assistant to Dean of Graduate Studies and Director of Research Grant administration and communication of policies and research procedures. • Facilitation of grant submissions • Coordination of ethics committee and approvals • Projects as directed by the Dean or Vice-President • Preparation of Research Office reports for Senior Executive Executive Assistant to VP Planning, Finance and Information Services Assisted with the research and reporting for the development of the Ten-Year Plan for Wilfrid Laurier University. • Coordinated and conducted strategic plan consultations • Gathering and analysis of statistics • Compilation of departmental budget summaries Independent Research Consultant – Research Office (WLU) Independent Consultant - Centre for Social Welfare Studies (WLU) Independent Grants Facilitator – University of Waterloo - ES Provision of research grant services to associated faculty members, and preparation of institutional submissions for designated Research Centres. • Liaison with SSHRC, MRC, NSERC and other granting bodies; facilitated the development of research strategies, grant applications and research • Assisted Social Work Faculty with the design and development of research projects, grant applications, editing of journal and conference articles, and assistance with development of research strategies 1982 - 1985 Secretary Manager - Canadian Goat Society Coordination of National Competitions, Responsible for National Dairy Herd ROP and Canadian National Livestock Registration. • Served as Executive Assistant to Board of Directors and responsible for ongoing activities and liaison with membership, press and public. • Design, production and distribution of society journal, production of annual yearbook and membership newsletters. 1977 - 1978 International Goodwill Ambassador - Rotary International A full-fellowship year in Australia to undertake graduate studies. Awarded to individuals with superior academic skills and personal traits and communication skills to serve as an Ambassador for their sponsoring country. • Extensive public-speaking engagements at Rotary Clubs throughout Australia • Resident at International House, University of Queensland • Completion of Master’s Degree (MHMS) 1974 - 1976 Olympic Organizing Committee COJO Kingston Director of Press Centre (1976) Responsible for design and implementation of standard operating procedures for the Olympic Press Centre – Yachting • Development and implementation of procedures and protocols for international press, support personnel, television crews, national team coordinators • Hiring and training of Press Centre Staff including special services and hospitality, international VIP protocols, press support services • Responsible for al Press Services, Information packages and Press Releases, • Liaison with International Press. National Committee Members. Assistant to Vice President of Information, Hosting and Special Services. Olympic Organizing Committee (COJO Kingston) (1975) Public Relations and Information Officer (1974) • Production of informational brochures, press releases and bulletins. • Presentations to team officials and public. • Liaison with organizing committee members and other public relations functions for Olympic Games. • Promotional activities at lnternational Trade Shows and Congresses Teaching Experience 1988 - 1991 Wilfrid Laurier University Part-time Faculty • Graduate course in Research Design and Analysis for Masters Students in Faculty of Social Work • Undergraduate courses in Biodynamic aspects of Sport and Physical Activity, Socio-cultural aspects of Sport and Physical Activity, and Health Issues 1982-1984 University of Western Ontario (now Department of Kinesiology) SSHRC Post-Doctoral Fellowships (1982; 1983) • Extended Doctoral Research – extended predictive model to Third World Nations • Undergraduate courses in Sociology of Sport and History of Sport • Committee Member for Masters Student Research (3) • External Reviewer for Masters Thesis (2) 1981-1982 University of Waterloo (Human Kinetics and Leisure Studies) During Doctoral Studies • Sessional Instructor - Undergraduate course - History of Sport Volunteer Positions International Representative, International Arts Manager Association National Representative to United Nations Panel on Culture Advisory Council Canada Council for the Arts and Ontario Arts Council Peer Review Committee, Ontario Arts Council Puppy Raiser, National Service Dogs Continuing Education Senior Research Administrators Certificate Society of Research Administrators Webinar series (SRA) Education University of Waterloo, Canada Faculty of Human Kinetics and Leisure Studies Ph. D - Doctoral degree Kinesiology (1981) Dissertation research was an international cross-cultural comparative study. Socio-cultural Determinants of International Sporting Success University of Queensland, Australia MHMS - Masters of Human Movement Studies (1980) Masters thesis, Socio-cultural Historical Comparative Study The British Sporting Heritage in Colonial Australia and Canada University of Western Ontario, Canada Faculty of Physical Education Honors BA (1974) Academic Distinctions Young Scholar of the Year, Awarded by World Congress of Sociology (1982) SSHRC Post-Doctoral Fellowships, University of Western Ontario (1982, 1983) Ontario Graduate Scholarships (1979, 1980, 1981) Dean’s Honor List, University of Waterloo, Doctoral Program (1980) Rotary International Goodwill Ambassador Graduate Fellowship, Masters (1977) Membership Society of Research Administrators (SRA) National Council University Research Administrators (NCURA) International Association of Artists Managers (IAMA) North American Performing Arts Managers Association (NAPAMA) International Committee of Sport Sociology CAURA Canadian University Research Association Multiple cultural organizations and discipline specific associations Skills Senior administrative experience in cultural, sports and academic sectors Proven organizational, planning, and problem-solving skills Proven leadership skills and supervision of staff Excellent oral and written communication skills Public relations and promotional facility Ability to work independently as well as in a team environment Research; Statistical Analysis; Evaluation Reporting Experienced fundraiser for Piano Six Project and Colwell Arts Management International project coordination References Susanne O’Hara, Scientific Operations Manager G360 Centre for Applied Groundwater Research skohara@sympatico.ca 519-830-7855 Geosyntec Consultants Senior Hydrogeologist sohara@geosyntec.com Jan Sargeant, Director CPHAZ Centre for Public Health and Zoonoses University of Guelph Guelph, ON N1G 2W1 519-824-4120 x54076 cphaz@uoguelph.ca Dr Glen Van der Kraak, Associate Dean Research College of Biological Sciences University of Guelph 519-824-4120 gvander@uoguelph.ca Interests Travel, music, theatre, ballroom dance, gardening, horseback riding, sailing
Toronto, Ontario, Canada
Nathan Tamborello - Freelance Audio Production & Voiceovers
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2 Skills
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I have been a freelance producer, editor, mixer, and audio engineer for three years at Texas A&M University while attending college, where I would find local talent and produce songs for their album/s. I have produced songs for solo artists and songs for bands such as Fox and Fair, who have recently released their first studio album. To listen to samples of my production work, you can visit my SoundCloud page, which hosts a few of my samples. That link is www.soundcloud.com/nathan-tamborello. While at Texas A&M, my Audio Engineering work with Logic Pro and Pro Tools has been selected to premiere at two different festivals: The Electronic LaTex festival and Vox Nexus in Berlin, Germany as part of the 60X60 Electronic music festival, where only a handful of people are chosen and works are selective. I have a unique musical background, studying for 11 years on trombone and 6 as a Bass voice artist, earning the title of Outstanding Performer at Texas State Solo and Ensemble and 1st Chair Bass II in the Texas All-State Mixed Chorus. I have classical training in voice from Texas A&M University, and Barbershop Quartet training for 4 years under the direction of Jeffrey Delman, former conductor of the Houston Tidelanders.
College Station, Texas, United States
Janet Laganiere - Freelance Children's Book Writing & Landscape Painting
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3.0
2 Skills
$35
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Janet L. Crosby Laganière 85 Chemin de l’Ile Ile Cadieux, Québec J7V 8P3 Tel: (450) 455-6648 e-mail: casteleau@yahoo.com EDUCATION 1976 University of Connecticut, Storrs, Conn. USA Bachelor of Science Degree in Animal Pathology (Natural Resources) Investigation of Special Topic: “Zoonoses” – a four month independent research study done as final project 1973 Clark University and Worcester Junior College, Worcester, Mass. USA Associate’s Degree in Sciences 1972 Konst och Miljö Skolan, Sundsvall, Sweden Fine Arts Degree (2 yr. Undergraduate) WORK EXPERIENCE 2013-2015 – C.R. C.H.U.M. – Centre de Recherche du Centre Hopitalier de l’Université de Montréal, Montreal, Quebec, Canada Research Assistant for Dr. Alexandre Prat in 2- Photon Microscopy and Neuroimmunology Skills and Duties: Research assistant in charge of a new 2- photon microscope set up for intravital microscopy. Received training at the N.I.H. in Bethesda, Maryland for thin skull animal surgery and correlating 2 photon microscopy. Helped to set up the facility and train new users in the surgery and microscopy. Carried out many immunological experiments involving cytokine detection in diseased human tissue. Carried out histological preparation of samples as well. 2005 -2013 – C.H.U.M. - Centre d’étude des maladies du cerveau (Centre for the Study of Brain Disease) University of Montreal at Notre Dame Hospital, Montreal, Quebec, Canada 1995-2005 – M.U.H.C. McGill University & Montreal General Hospital Research Institute, Montréal, Québec, Canada Research Assistant for Dr. Guy Rouleau in Neurogenetics Skills and Duties: Research assistant in charge of animal preparation, histology, microscopy and immuno- histo- chemistry. Also responsible for antibody production and testing. Has been involved in several independent studies including: an epilepsy seizure study, and a surgically induced stroke model in mice. Has been involved with experimentation using transgenic Zebrafish and Drosophila Was in charge of establishing an image and microscopy centre for the Centre for Research in Brain Disease at Notre Dame Hospital. As well, was the coordinator of the CRN (Center for Research in Neurology) “Image Centre” for Montreal General Hospital for several years. Since 1999, has been a member of the Health and Safety Committee of the MGHRI and was 12th floor monitor and representative trained in CPR. Has been supply center manager (within the Research Institute) for the Invitrogen/Gibco Company since 1997. 1979-1995 Montreal General Hospital Research Institute, Montreal, Quebec Laboratory technician for Dr. Michael Rasminsky in Neurophysiology, working in collaboration with Dr. A Aguayo and Dr.G.Bray. Skills and Duties: electrophysiology, electrode manufacture, photography, microscopy. Also responsible for histology, animal preparation, surgery and dissection, immunohistochemistry and camera lucida Independent project: 2 yrs “C-Fos activation in superior colliculus via optic nerve grafts in Golden Hamsters” involved nerve grafting, live experimentation, and immunodetection studies. 1977-1979 Cole’s Book Stores, Les Terrasses branch, Montréal, Québec Skills and Duties: Manager, full store operation: finances, personnel, administration and sales. Other: Over many years, has done translation and language tutoring. LANGUAGES English – native language; French and Swedish – speak fluently and read/write with proficiency; German – speak, read, and write with good competence. COMMUNITY ACTIVITIES West Island Youth Symphony Orchestra, Pointe Claire , Quebec Executive Board Member from 1999-2002 Le Nichoir Bird Refuge, Hudson, Quebec Volunteer work INTERESTS AND ACTIVITIES Enjoys classical music and the arts. Since childhood, has been an avid artist and sells commercially. Also an active naturalist, with the goal of contributing to the preservation of the ecological stability in the nearby environment REFERENCES Dr. Alexandre Prat, MD PhD, Principle Investigator, Neuroimmunology, Université de Montréal Hôpital Notre-Dame – CHUM 1560 Sherbrooke Street East, Montréal, (514) 890-8000 (24734) (514) 412-7668 Dr. Roland Auer, MD PhD FRCPC, Neuropathologist and Professor, University of Saskatchewan, Saskatoon, Saskatchewan (306) 850-3277 Dr. Aida Abu-Baker, PhD, faculty professor, Concordia University, Montreal, Quebec ; Research scientist , McGill University, Montreal Quebec, (514) 998-1646 Dr. Guy Rouleau, Principle Investigator and Director MNI McGill University, Montreal, Quebec (514) 398-1931 Dr. Michael Rasminsky, Neurologist, MUHC Montreal General Hospital (514) 934-1934 Dr. Samuel David, Researcher, Neurology, MUHC, Montreal General Hospital (514) 934-1934 *44506 PUBLICATIONS Kahle, K. T., Schmouth, J. F., Lavastre, V., Latremoliere, A., Zhang, J., Andrews, N., . . . Rouleau, G. A. Inhibition of the kinase WNK1/HSN2 ameliorates neuropathic pain by restoring GABA inhibition. Sci Signal (2016) 9(421), ra32. doi: 10.1126/scisignal.aad0163. Abu-Baker A, Laganiere J, Gaudet R, Rochefort D, Brais B, Neri C, Dion PA, Rouleau GA. Lithium chloride attenuates cell death in oculopharyngeal muscular dystrophy by perturbing Wnt/ß-catenin pathway. Cell Death Dis. 2013 Oct 3; 4:e821. doi: 10.1038/cddis.2013.342. Salin-Cantegrel A, Shekarabi M, Rasheed S, Charron FM, Laganière J, Gaudet R, Dion PA, Lapointe JY, Rouleau GA. Potassium-chloride cotransporter 3 interacts with Vav2 to synchronize the cell volume decrease response with cell protrusion dynamics. PLoS One. 2013 May 28;8(5):e65294. doi: 10.1371/journal.pone.0065294. Print 2013. Shekarabi M, Lafrenière RG, Gaudet R, Laganière J, Marcinkiewicz MM, Dion PA, Rouleau GA. Comparative analysis of the expression profile of Wnk1 and Wnk1/Hsn2 splice variants in developing and adult mouse tissues. PLoS One. 2013;8(2):e57807. doi: 10.1371/journal.pone.0057807. Epub 2013 Feb 25. Shekarabi M, Moldrich RX, Rasheed S, Salin-Cantegrel A, Laganière J, Rochefort D, Hince P, Huot K, Gaudet R, Kurniawan N, Sotocinal SG, Ritchie J, Dion PA, Mogil JS, Richards LJ, Rouleau GA. Loss of neuronal potassium/chloride cotransporter 3 (KCC3) is responsible for the degenerative phenotype in a conditional mouse model of hereditary motor and sensory neuropathy associated with agenesis of the corpus callosum. J Neurosci. 2012 Mar 14; 32(11):3865-76. doi: 10.1523/JNEUROSCI.3679-11.2012. Stochmanski SJ, Therrien M, Laganière J, Rochefort D, Laurent S, Karemera L, Gaudet R, Vyboh K, Van Meyel DJ, Di Cristo G, Dion PA, Gaspar C, Rouleau GA. Expanded ATXN3 frameshifting events are toxic in Drosophila and mammalian neuron models. Hum Mol Genet. 2012 May 15; 21(10):2211-8. doi: 10.1093/hmg/dds036. Epub 2012 Feb 14. Shekarabi M, Salin-Cantegrel A, Laganière J, Gaudet R, Dion P, Rouleau GA. Cellular expression of the K+-Cl- cotransporter KCC3 in the central nervous system of mouse. Brain Res. 2011 Feb 16; 1374:15-26. doi: 10.1016/j.brainres.2010.12.010. Epub 2010 Dec 11. Salin-Cantegrel A, Shekarabi M, Holbert S, Dion P, Rochefort D, Laganière J, Dacal S, Hince P, Karemera L, Gaspar C, Lapointe JY, Rouleau GA. HMSN/ACC truncation mutations disrupt brain-type creatine kinase-dependant activation of K+/Cl- co-transporter 3. Hum Mol Genet. 2008 Sep 1; 17(17):2703-11. doi: 10.1093/hmg/ddn172. Epub 2008 Jun 19. Shekarabi M, Girard N, Rivière JB, Dion P, Houle M, Toulouse A, Lafrenière RG, Vercauteren F, Hince P, Laganiere J, Rochefort D, Faivre L, Samuels M, Rouleau GA. Mutations in the nervous system--specific HSN2 exon of WNK1 cause hereditary sensory neuropathy type II. J Clin Invest. 2008 Jul;118(7):2496-505. doi: 10.1172/JCI34088. Messaed C, Dion PA, Abu-Baker A, Rochefort D, Laganiere J, Brais B, Rouleau GA. Soluble expanded PABPN1 promotes cell death in oculopharyngeal muscular dystrophy. Neurobiol Dis. 2007 Jun; 26(3):546-57. Epub 2007 Feb 15. Kharma N, Mognieh H, Yao J, Abu-baker A, Laganiere J, Rouleau GA, Cheriet M. Automatic segmentation of cells from microscopic imagery using ellipse detection. IET Image Processing, 2007 1(1), 39-47. Doi:10.1049/Iet-Ipr:20045262 Abu-Baker A, Laganiere S, Fan X, Laganiere J, Brais B, Rouleau GA. Cytoplasmic targeting of mutant poly (A) binding protein nuclear 1 suppresses protein aggregation and toxicity in oculopharangeal muscular dystrophy. Traffic 2005 Sep;6 (9): 766-79. Dion P, Shanmugam V, Gaspar C, Messaed C, Meijer I, Toulouse A, Laganiere J, Roussel J, Rochefort D, Laganiere S, Allen C, Karpati G, Bouchard JP, Brais B, Rouleau GA. Transgenic expression of an expanded (GCG) 13 repeat PABPN1 leads to weakness and coordination defects in mice. Neurobiol Dis. 2005 Apr; 18(3):528-36. Fan X, Messaed C, Dion P, Laganiere J, Brais B, Karpati G, Rouleau GA. HnRNP A1 and A/B interaction with PABPN1 in oculopharyngeal muscular dystrophy. Can J Neurol Sci. 2003 Aug; 30(3):244-51. Abu-Baker A, Messaed C, Laganiere J, Gaspar C, Brais B, Rouleau GA. Involvement of the ubiquitin-proteasome pathway and molecular chaperones in oculopharyngeal muscular dystrophy. Hum Mol Genet. 2003 Oct 15; 12(20):2609-23. Epub 2003 Aug 27. Fan X, Dion P, Laganiere J, Brais B, Rouleau GA. Oligomerization of polyalanine expanded PABPN1 facilitates nuclear protein aggregation that is associated with cell death. Hum Mol Genet. 2001 Oct 1; 10(21):2341-51. Jannatipour M, Dion P, Khan S, Jindal H, Fan X, Laganiere J, Chishti AH, Rouleau GA. Schwannomin isoform-1 interacts with syntenin via PDZ domains. J Biol Chem. 2001 Aug 31; 276(35):33093-100. Epub 2001 Jun 29. Pramatarova A, Laganiere J, Roussel J, Brisebois K, Rouleau GA. Neuron-specific expression of mutant superoxide dismutase 1 in transgenic mice does not lead to motor impairment. J Neurosci. 2001 May 15; 21(10):3369-74. Shanmugam V, Dion P, Rochefort D, Laganiere J, Brais B, Rouleau GA. PABP2 polyalanine tract expansion causes intranuclear inclusions in oculopharyngeal muscular dystrophy. Ann Neurol. 2000 Nov; 48(5):798-802. Gaspar C, Jannatipour M, Dion P, Laganiere J, Sequeiros J, Brais B, Rouleau GA. CAG tract of MJD-1 may be prone to frameshifts causing polyalanine accumulation. Hum Mol Genet. 2000 Aug 12; 9(13):1957-66.
Cascades, Ontario, Canada
Valentina Cattarinich - Freelance Italian Translation & Spanish Translation
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Dear company, My name is Valentina Cattarinich and I'm 23 years old. I'm a nativespeaker from Italy and I'm just gratuated from university in Naples, I studied foreign languages, English and Spanish. I would like to apply for a translator job because I really love translating and this would be an occasion for me to start working in using my mother tongue. I'm in New York right now but I need a work visa for working in America and I need a sponsor for having one. Thank you for your time, Valentina
Deer Park, New York, United States
Ting Zhang - Freelance Chinese Translation & Language Translation
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3.5
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$30
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I am a native Mandarin Chinese speaker who just finished an M.A. in English (Teaching English to Students of Other Languages (TESOL)) at Central Washington University (CWU) in the United States. In terms of undergraduate, I achieved my bachelor's degree in Business English at China. My educational background as an undergraduate in China and M.A. study in the States have given me a solid understanding of both countries' culture and language style in both written and spoken form. I am confident of writing in Chinese and I believe I could do the translation work between Chinese and English.
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, United States
Mercedes Ulaszewski - Freelance Logo Design & Print Ad Design
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5.0
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$120
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Entry Level Marketer, self-motivated, detail-oriented, positive attitude, and always up for a challenge. Designer, social media, and blogger extraordinaire. Experience includes creation and running marketing campaigns, managing budgets, calculating ROI, web and social media analysis, strong background in holistic marketing. SKILLS Social media analysis, financial budget creation, email marketing, website maintenance, ROI, Event promotion and hosting COMPUTER SKILLS Microsoft Word, Excel, Power Point, Outlook, Adobe Creative Suite (Illustrator, Photoshop, InDesign, Dreamweaver, Bridge), Benchmark, MailChimp, Google webmaster tools and analytics, Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, Google +, LinkedIn, Wordpress, Mac and PC platforms.
Rochester, New York, United States
Tierney Cline-Plaisted - Freelance Article Writing & Creative Writing
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3.0
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$7
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I am a creative writing major. I've lived all over the world and come from a military background, and am most interested in travel writing and fiction. I speak three languages, and have been writing seriously for six years.
Fayetteville, North Carolina, United States
Kinsey Persson - Freelance Creative Writing & Graphic Design
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I'm Kinsey Persson. I'm eighteen years old. I've never been employed, but I have done graphic design projects and writing projects where I have been paid for. I am in love with writing and graphic design, and am dedicated to what I do. I am perfectionist; if I have a project, I make sure it's 110% what the customer wanted. I don't stop until I get it right.
Buckeye, Arizona, United States
Dara Solomon - Freelance SEO & Content Writing
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Hi, I'm Dara =) I'm a self-taught computer geek, grammar and writing fiend, and serial entrepreneur. I love writing new content (fresh, original content), finding those tiny grammatical errors that pass everyone by, and learning the newest SEO techniques to help Google like my clients' pages. I have two Bachelors of Science degrees; the first is a Bachelors in Communication-- my major was Print Journalism and minor in Marketing (received 2002-2006 from the University of Miami). Concurrently, due to pure boredom, I received a second Bachelors of Science degree, in Political Science, with a minor in Public Policy in Law. Right after, I delved into a Masters in Public Administration --> Business Management, so I think I have a decent combination of skills. To top it all off, I've taught myself logo / header / graphic design using Photoshop, Indesign, and all sorts of different programs--whatever I can get my hands on. So, my skill set is quite varied and unique. The Print Journalism degree/training helped me hone my writing / editing skills, and marketing taught me how to set up campaigns and pitch to potential clients-- adding in design and business management, it was destiny that I begin a startup. In 2007, I began work for the Q&A site FunAdvice.com, and eventually was promoted from Community Manager to Online Marketing Manager later that year. From 2007-2010, I was trained in Google-approved SEO-methods by Jeremy Goodrich, formally of Yahoo! This one-on-one training is vital -- I am able to handle all off-site SEO campaigns for virtually any site alone, without using black-hat methods. Due to these skills, I've started two small startups and freelance all over the place. "The Write Stuff" (www.daraedits.com) was just redesigned; it showcases my academic/business writing, logo design and editing. My newest venture is Success with SEO. So far I have a domain, email accounts, and clients -- but no steady programmer to be my partner (or code my site...), so that's always something I am open to discussing. I guess that's about it =) Any questions, feel free to ask!
Boca Raton, Florida, United States
Fredy Santiago - Freelance Digital Art & Logo Design
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I am a creative individual who appreciates the arts, currently enrolled in Kendall College of Art and Desing. I have experience of working in teams, I am a great listener, follower, and a leader. I can work alone or with a group, I share ideas and great with taking advice, I have a variety of jobs from working in a restaurant to sitting in a design table with creative individuals. I get along with everyone, I am open minded and a friendly guy.
Grand Rapids, Michigan, United States